Samsung Galaxy Grand appears on TENAA, expected soon

Samsung is yet to make any official statement about the arrival of its Galaxy Grand, but fresh developments show its sooner unveiling. Following Chinese TENAA where an alleged model labeled as SM-G5500 makes an appearance. After the recent approval it got from Chinese FCC the device is expected to roll out soon.

For many of us the Galaxy Grand is nothing new as it has been discussed a bit in earlier reports. The device surfaced with the Galaxy Mega On. The combo made its spectators a little confused as many things about both devices got mixed.

Apart from the confusion that prevailed briefly we earlier got some details that were reported specific for the Galaxy Grand. The reports showed the Grand to be 5inch HD display device with TFT screen. Under the hood it was reported to carry an Exynos 3475 chip with 1GB RAM. The camera was to be 8megapixel on rear with battery power of 2,600mAh.

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However, the details assisted by TENAA show a little variation in the reported details with some additional info. TENAA document stats the Galaxy Grand to carry a 5.1inch display with resolution of 720x1280pixel. The chipset might remain the Exynos as the document forgot it, ostensibly. But it states that there would be a dual-core CPU clocked at 1.2GHz with 1GB RAM. The device’s internal storage is not mentioned but it shows support for microSD card that supports up 128GB storage.

As reported earlier the camera is against mentioned to be an 8megapixels on rear. The front camera that was missing earlier is now reported to be a 5megapixel. The device will have a good connectivity hardware as it supports almost of the connectivity options on popular smartphones. You may miss the latest Android version out of box as the Grand is said to arrive with Android Lollipop pre-loaded. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here.